“I knew what was going to happen if I did nothing [...]"

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“I knew what was going to happen if I did nothing [...]"

Postby Cece » Sat Mar 28, 2015 5:21 pm


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“I knew what was going to happen if I did nothing and so I was going to do something”: Faith, hope, and trust in the decisions of Canadians with multiple sclerosis to seek unproven interventions abroad

Jeremy Snyder,corresponding author Krystyna Adams, Valorie A Crooks, David Whitehurst, and Jennifer Vallee


By deciding to seek an unproven intervention abroad, these individuals took on responsibility for their care from the Canadian health system. While evidence of the efficacy of CCSVI treatment is limited, the participants felt that they were making a rational care decision, focusing on the empowerment and renewed hope generated by seeking this intervention. Health professionals and policy makers globally should consider the causes of loss of faith in their domestic care systems and balance the benefits of empowerment and renewed hope against concerns that unproven interventions may create new health risks.
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